The parent of Canadian regional airline Jazz, Chorus Aviation, reported adjusted net income for the third quarter of C$29 million ($26 million), up 4.7% year-over-year, or C$0.24 per basic share, from C$27.7 million in 3Q 2013.  The adjusted figures eschew foreign exchange fluctuations and discount Chorus’ C$3.3 million in voluntary employee severance program outlays dispensed by the company during the third quarter. Unadjusted, Chorus’ third quarter net income was C$11.3 ...

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